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Luke is a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory, supervised by [[Alan Blackwell]], and with funding from Kodak Corporation. He is investigating aesthetic and ethical approaches to programming languages, and programming-like computational experiences. His overall concerns are with very large scale computation experiences, and with emergence as a property of computer systems.
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Luke is a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory, supervised by [[Alan Blackwell]], and with funding from [[Kodak European Research]]. He is investigating aesthetic and ethical approaches to programming languages, and programming-like computational experiences. His overall concerns are with very large scale computation experiences, and with emergence as a property of computer systems.
  
 
Projects include:
 
Projects include:

Revision as of 08:29, 22 October 2011

Luke is a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory, supervised by Alan Blackwell, and with funding from Kodak European Research. He is investigating aesthetic and ethical approaches to programming languages, and programming-like computational experiences. His overall concerns are with very large scale computation experiences, and with emergence as a property of computer systems.

Projects include:

Crucible Theme: Emergence